Central Boiler E-Classic Outdoor Wood Furnace is the First to be Certified by Vermont...
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Central Boiler E-Classic Outdoor Wood Furnace is the First to be Certified by Vermont DEC GREENBUSH, Minn., March 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation Air Pollution Control Division announced that the Central Boiler E-Classic 2300 model outdoor wood furnace has been certified by Vermont to meet their particulate emissions standard of 0.44 lbs/million Btu of heat input. In fact, the unit meets Vermont's proposed future emissions level of 0.32 lbs/million Btu heat output. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20080327/NETH102 ) After March 31, 2008, only outdoor wood furnaces that have been certified by Vermont to meet their standard are allowed to be sold or installed in Vermont. The Central Boiler E-Classic 2300 is the only outdoor wood furnace to receive certification from Vermont. The E-Classic 2300, which was introduced last year, shatters virtually every preconceived notion about emissions and efficiencies of wood heating. The E-Classic 2300 is so clean and efficient that it operates with combustion efficiencies greater than 98%. High combustion and delivered efficiencies together create more heat per pound of wood and extremely low emissions. The E-Classic 2300 DF has an optional gas-fired wood ignition and dual fuel backup for the convenience of the consumer. This furnace offers a cleaner way to provide 100% of the heat for homes, outbuildings, farms and businesses. It combines the use of a totally renewable, carbon neutral fuel with the economics of wood and convenience of longer burn times. In addition, when wood is burned in an E-Classic outdoor wood furnace, it is the safest way to heat a home or building because the combustion takes place outside, eliminating the risk of an indoor fire, indoor smoke and carbon monoxide buildup in the home associated with indoor home heating appliances. Central Boiler, with a commitment to designing environmentally responsible and industry-leading technologies, also has two outdoor wood furnace models on the EPA's list of cleaner OWHHs. The E-Classic 2300 outdoor furnace has the largest capacity, highest heat output, highest efficiency and lowest emissions per heat delivered in comparison with other units that meet the EPA's OWHH Program. Central Boiler is increasing production and shipments of the E- Classic 2300 models due to demand. "We're proud that Central Boiler continues to lead the outdoor wood furnace industry," said Dennis Brazier, President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Boiler. "We produced the first two outdoor furnace models to have met the EPA's OWHH Program and we have the first outdoor furnace model to be certified by Vermont. Being the only manufacturer on the EPA's list of cleaner OWHHs to have met the 0.32 lbs/million Btu heat output emissions limit, which Vermont and other states have proposed for the future, demonstrates our technological leadership and commitment to producing environmentally responsible outdoor wood furnaces." Other types of wood heating appliances can not offer all the advantages of an E-Classic outdoor wood furnace. An economical, environmentally responsible heating alternative, the E-Classic outdoor wood furnace uses a totally renewable resource which, when burned, results in no net increase in greenhouse gas emissions (carbon dioxide). As a "green" choice, the E-Classic is good for the environment, which is good for everyone. Central Boiler is a leading manufacturer of quality outdoor wood, wood pellet and corn furnaces. They have been manufacturing outdoor furnaces for 23 years. Central Boiler has a sales and dealer network established throughout the United States and Canada. For more information on the company and its products, please visit centralboiler.com. SOURCE Central Boiler Janie Brandon of Central Boiler, +1-800-248-4681, email@example.com
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